Ray Joshua: The wind is the moon's imagination wandering. It seeps through cracks, ripples the grass, explores the unknown. My love is my soul's imagination. How do I love you? Imagine.
Ray Joshua: I am before, I am before before. Before death is eternity, after death is eternity, there is no death - there is only eternity.
Ray Joshua: My niggaz are dyin' before their time. My niggaz are servin' unjust time. My niggaz are dying because of... time.
Ray Joshua: And they start shooting at the children / one by one / two by two / three by three / four by four / five by five / six by six / But my spirit is growing seven by seven.
Ray Joshua: Now is the essence of my domain, because I am what I was and will be, I am and always will be that nigger / I am that nigger / I am that nigger / I am a negro / Negro from necro meaning death / I overcame it / So they named me after it.
Jail Class Poet: I shot motherfuckers then I didn't know why. I guess I just wanted to see somethin' die.
Lauren Bell: His invisible strokes are felt as he stands on the stage in front of me... a mike and a million miles away from me.
Lauren Bell: Never give anyone the power to take away your freedom. That's yours. It don't belong to nobody but you. Remember that.
Lauren Bell: You can give birth to an excuse so easily, you will believe it's always been there.